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The Westboro Baptist PUNKS are Planning to Picket a Funeral
The Westboro Baptist PUNKS are planning to picket the Funeral of Marine Cpl. David A. Bass - at 9:30 to 10 a.m., Tuesday, April 11 - at Woodman Hills Church of Christ leper colony, 3710 Franklin Rd., Nashville, Tenn; Tennessee
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Posted: Apr 10, 2006 3:38pm
Mar 21, 2006
Are you a supporter of our troops and veterans? Then you might be interested in this.  Please click on the link below.

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Posted: Mar 21, 2006 5:30am
Feb 10, 2006
Most of you know that my husband and I, as well as many veterans and families of the fallen from the 1983 Beirut Bombing have been working hard to get the investigation reopened as well as planning with the White House a "Walk of Remembrance".

As we fight to be noticed and get this accomplished, we have noticed a disturbing neglect of important issues by the media. Now granted, this is an issue from 22 years ago, but ignoring our plea to get this reopened ranks right up there with someone ignoring or forgetting that their own child died years ago. These men were human beings like us, they had families like us, they had hopes and dreams and fears like us and all of it was snuffed out with one blast. A blast that shouldn't have happened. A blast that NOBODY has admitted to being at fault for.

It has become blatently clear to us that the media is more interested in what clothing Tom Cruise wore to the awards than why a bombing of this magnitude has been covered up for 22 years.

My husband has contacted in upwards of 20 major news centers with no response. When contacting our local paper, he was met with an attitude and short temperedness. The man basically told him that nobody cares what happened to all those men because it happened 22 years ago. To say the least, my husband and I were mortified. This man actually said that this was bulls*** that we would bring this up now.

Is this our country's mentality now? "Oh who cares what happened in our past as long as the future is okay."?? Our future will NOT be okay thinking like this. We all have to CARE enough to step up and be heard. We have to fight for our rights and for the truth. We can't think that it's okay to just "Let it go" if it's still weighing heavily on our hearts and souls.

I would no sooner forget this than forget the circumstances surrounding the murder of someone where the perpetrator was never brought to justice. Would you? Could you?

If someone broke into your home and either hurt or killed someone in your family and they never found the person who did it, would you have forgotten about it 20 years later? Or would it still weigh heavily on you? I think we all know the answer to this question deep down inside.

So, now I would like to ask all of you to contact your congressmen and tell them that this investigation needs to be reopened. Do it for the veterans, do it for the families of the fallen, do it for YOUR future.

Sleep Well America

The sleeping masses, those who have no idea that men and women are giving their lives for you, for your right to speak your mind, the ability to sleep well in a world filled with hatred. I have known these men and women, I have stood shoulder to shoulder with them to make your nights safer, your days brighter. Most Americans swell with pride when the Old Glory is carried by in the local parade, most will shake the hand of a hero. These are the patriots who understand what these men and women sacrifice for in the corners of every part of this great nation sits people who hate all that we stand for, they fill with anger when the flag passes and would spit on the hero but these people have that right. The Heros gave it to them, fought and died for those people to have the right to spit in their faces. This is why The United States of America is the greatest nation on the Earth. So either stand up or turn away but Old Glory is raised high in battle by the very men and women who may have once placed your groceries in a bag or played with your child. Maybe they were standing right behind you the last time you spat on the flag, these men and women will spill their own blood so you all may live in peace. So sleep well America, speak your mind and maybe say thanks to those who are fighting to preserve these rights.
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Posted: Feb 10, 2006 10:42am
Feb 9, 2006
We have spoken to Benjamin Barbin from the White House Commission on Remembrance. They are interested in our plan for the Remembrance Walk for Beirut Veterans in 2008 and wish to have a conference call in July after their planning phase for this years events. I will keep you all informed as to what happens then.
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Posted: Feb 9, 2006 9:43am
Jan 31, 2006
The Associated Press

Monday, January 30, 2006; 8:42 PM
WASHINGTON -- A former defense secretary for Ronald Reagan says he implored the president to put Marines serving in Beirut in a safer position before terrorists attacked them in 1983, killing 241 servicemen.

Click here for the WHOLE story!

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Posted: Jan 31, 2006 11:50am
Jan 24, 2006
Sharing this instead of forwarding it to all my friends.

Friendship Bracelet

Did you know that those who appear to be very strong in heart, are
real weak and most susceptible?

Did you know that those who spend their time protecting others are
the ones that really need someone to protect them?

Did you know that the three most difficult things to say are:
           I love you, Sorry, and Help me.

Did you know that those who dress in red are more confident in themselves?

Did you know that those who dress in yellow are those that enjoy their beauty?

Did you know that those who dress in black, are those who want to be
unnoticed and need your help and understanding?

Did you know that when you help someone, the help is returned in two-fold?
Did you know that it's easier to say what you feel in writing than
saying it to someone in the face? But did you know that it has more value
when you say it to their face?

Did you know that if you ask for something in faith, your wishes are granted?

Did you know that you can make your dreams come true, like falling in love, becoming rich, staying healthy, if you ask for it by faith, and if you
really knew, you'd be surprised by what you could do.

But, don't believe everything I tell you, until you try it for
yourself, if you know someone that is in need of something that I mentioned,
and you know that you can help, you'll see that it will be returned in two-fold.

Today, the ball of FRIENDSHIP is in your court, send this to those who
truly are your friends (including me if I am one). Also, do not feel bad if
no one sends this back to you in the end, you'll find out that you'll get to
keep the ball for other people want more.

Ok, this is what you have to do...:
Send to ALL your FRIENDS!
But you have to DO THIS within an hour after you open this mail!

Now..... MAKE 1 WISH!!!!!!
Make it now,
It's your last chance!!

I hope you did make a wish, Now send the mail to:

1 person~ your wish will come true in a year
3 persons~6 months
5 persons~ 3 months
6 persons~ 1 month
7 persons~ 2 weeks
8 persons ~ 1 week
9 persons~ 5 days
10 persons~ 3 days
12 persons~ 2 days
15 persons~ 1 day
20 persons~ 3 hours

**** If you delete after'll spend a year of ill
luck!!!!! But if you send it to ( at least ) 2'll have 3
years of good luck!!!!!!****
Love Angel.  /

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Posted: Jan 24, 2006 3:29am
Jan 23, 2006
I found this posted on  the "Beirut Veterans of America" Forum and thought I should share it with all of you.

People Thinking That God Cannot Use Them

The next time you are in "pity party" mode, thinking God cannot use you, just remember:

* Noah became drunken, even after he served the Lord (Genesis 9:21 the story; 1 John 1:9, the remedy)
* Abraham was too old
* Isaac was a daydreamer
* Jacob was a liar
* Leah was considered blemished in the sight of Jacob, who "despised" her (Genesis 29:31). Yet, she bore six sons, including Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, from whom God created the 4 of the 12 tribes of Israel
* Joseph was abused by his brothers
* Moses had a stuttering problem
* Gideon was afraid
* Samson was a womanizer
* Rahab was a prostitute
* Jeremiah and Timothy were considered too young for ministry
* David had an adulterous affair and was a murderer
* Elijah panicked at the threat of a woman and was suicidal
* Isaiah served God three years while walking around naked and barefoot (Isaiah 20:2-3)
* Jonah ran from God
* Naomi was a widow
* Job went bankrupt
* John the Baptist ate bugs
* Peter denied Jesus Christ thrice
* The Disciples fell asleep after the Master asked them to pray for Him at one of the most terrible times of His ministry
* Martha worried about everything
* The Samaritan woman was repeatedly divorced, yet Jesus used her to witness to her village
* Zaccheus was too small
* Paul was too religious, too extremist
* Timothy had an ulcer --- AND
* Lazarus was DEAD!
You have no excuses now. God can use you to your full potential, beginning with where you are right now in your life. Besides, you aren't the message; you are just the messenger. Remember the wonderful words of the Apostle Paul, who considered himself the "chief of sinners":

" I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." (Phil 4:13)
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Posted: Jan 23, 2006 3:56am
Jan 12, 2006
Focus: Government
Action Request: Petition
Location: United States
Wow, alot of names here huh? Take a peek..... 

MCPL Terry W. Abbott
of New Richmond, OH
MCPL Clemon S. Alexander
of Monticello, FL MFC John R. Allman
of Carlsbad, NM
MCPL Moses J. Arnold, Jr
of Philadelphia, PA
 MPFC Charles K. Bailey
of Berlin, MD
MLCPL Nicholas Baker
of Alexandria, VA
MLCPL Johansen Banks
of Detroit, MI
MLCPL Richard E. Barrett
of Tappahanock, VA
NHM1 Ronny K. Bates
of Aiken, SC
M1stSGT David L. Battle
of Hubert, NC
MLCPL James R. Baynard
of Richmond, VA
NHN Jesse W. Beamon
of Haines City, FL
MGYSGT Alvin Belmer
of Jacksonville, NC
MCPL Shannon D. Biddle
of Valley Head, AL
MPFC Stephen Bland
of Midway Park, NC
MSGT Richard Blankenship
of Hubert, NC
MLCPL John W. Blocker
of Yulee, FL
MCAPT Joseph Boccia
of Northport, NY
MCPL Leon Bohannon, Jr
of Jacksonville, NC
MSSGT John Bohnet
of Memphis, TN
MCPL John J. Bonk
of Philadelphia, PA 
MLCPL Jeffrey L. Boulos
of Islip, NY 
MCPL David R. Bousum
of Fife Lake, MI 
MFLT John N. Boyett
of Camp Lejeune, NC 
MCPL Anthony Brown
of Detroit, MI
MLCPL David W. Brown
of Conroe, TX 
MLCPL Bobby Buchanan
of Midway Park, NC
MCPL John B. Buckmaster
of Vandalia, OH 
MPFC William F. Burley
of Linden, NJ  NHN Jimmy R. Cain
of Birmington, AL
MCPL Paul L. Callahan
of Lorain, OH
MSGT Mecot E. Camara
of Jacksonville, NC 
MPFC Bradley J. Campus
of El Campo, TX
AMAJ Randall A. Carlson
of Trumbull, CT
MLCPL Johnnie D. Ceasar
of El Campo, TX
MCPL Sam Cherman
of Queens, NY
MLCPL Randy W. Clark
of Minong, WI 
MPFC Marc L. Cole
of Ludlow Falls, OH
ASP4 Marcus A. Coleman
of Dallas, TX 
MPFC Juan M. Comas
of Hialeah, FL 
MSGT Robert A. Conley
of Orlando, FL
MCPL Charles D. Cook
of Advance, NC
MLCPL Curtis Cooper
of North Wales, PA 
MLCPL Johnny Copeland
of Burlington, NC
MCPL Bert Corcoran
of Katonah, NY
MLCPL David L. Cosner
of Elkins, WV 
MSGT Kevin P. Coulman
of Seminary, NY
MSGT Manual A. Cox
of Union City, NJ 
MLCPL Brett A. Croft
of Lakeland, FL 
MLCPL Rick Crudale
of Warwick, RI 
MLCPL Kevin P. Custard
of Virginia, MN 
MLCPL Russell E. Cyzick
of Star City, WV
MCPL David Daugherty
of Eastlake, OH 
MMAJ Andrew Davis
of Jacksonville, NC 
MLCPL Thomas Debenedetto
of Mansfield Center, CT 
MPFC Sidney S. Decker
of Clarkston, KY 
MPFC Michael J. Devlin
of Westwood, MA 
MPVT Nathaniel G. Dorsey
of Baltimore, MD 
MSGMJ Frederick Douglass
of Cataumet, MA 
MLCPL George L. Dramis
of NJ
MCPL Timothy J. Dunnigan
of Princeton, WV
NHN Bryan L. Earle
of Painsville, OH 
MMSG Roy L. Edwards
of Camp Lejeune, NC 
NHM3 William D. Elliot Jr
of Lancaster, PA
MLCPL Jesse Ellison
of Soldiers Grove, WI 
MPFC Danny R. Estes
of Gary, IN
MPFC Sean F. Estler
of Kenall Park, NJ
MCPL Thomas A. Evans
of Conrad, MT 
NHM3 James E. Faulk
of Panama City, FL 
MPFC Richard A. Fluegel
of Erie, PA 
MCPL Steven M. Forrester
of Jacksonville, NC 
NHM3 William B. Foster, Jr
of Richmond, VA
MCPL Michael D. Fulcher
of Madison Heights, VA
 MLCPL Benjamin E. Fuller
of Duluth, GA  MLCPL Michael S. Fulton
of Ft. Worth, TX 
MCPL William Gaines Jr
of Port Charlotte, FL 
MLCPL Sean R. Gallagher
of N. Andover, MA 
MLCPL David B. Gander
of Milwaulkee, WI 
MLCPL George M. Gangur
of Cleveland, OH 
MSSGT Leland E. Gann
of Camp Lejeune, NC 
MLCPL Randall J. Garcia
of Modesto, CA 
MLCPL Ronald J. Garcia
of Jacksonville, NC 
MSSGT Edward Gargano
of Quincy, MA 
MLCPL David D. Gay
of Harrisburg, IL 
MSSGT Harold D. Ghumm
of Jacksonville, NC
MLCPL Warner Gibbs
of Portsmouth, VA 
MCPL Timothy R. Giblin
of N. Providence, RI 
NETC Michael Gorchinski
of Evansville, IN 
MLCPL Richard J. Gordon
of Somerville, MA 
MLCPL Harold Gratton
of Conoes, NY 
MSGT Robert B. Greaser
of Lansdale, PA
MLCPL David M. Green
of Baltimore, MD
MLCPL Thomas A. Hairston
of Philadelphia, PA 
MSGT Fredie Haltiwanger
of Little Mountain, SC 
MLCPL Virgil Hamilton
of Dayton, OH 
MSGT Gilbert Hanton
of Washington, DC 
MLCPL William Hart
of Jacksonville, NC 
ACPL Michael Hasenfus
of Dedham, MA
 MCAPT Michael Haskell
of Camp Lejeune, NC 
MPFC Michael A. Hastings
of Seaford, DE 
MPFC Jeffrey T. Hattaway
of Pensacola, FL 
MCAPT Paul A. Hein
of Camp Lejeune, NC 
MLCPL Douglas E. Held
of Jacksonville, NC
MPFC Mark A. Helms
of Dwight, NE
MLCPL Ferrandy Henderson
of Tampa, FL 
MSGT Matilde Hernandez Jr
of Midway Park, NC 
MCPL Stanley G. Hester
of Raleigh, NC 
MGYSG Donald Hildreth
of Sneads Ferry, NC 
MSSG Richard Holberton
of Beaufort, SC 
NHM3 Robert Holland
of Gilbertsville, KY 
MLCPL Bruce Hollingshead
of Fairborn, OH 
MPFC Melvin Holmes
of Chicago, IL 
MCPL Bruce Howard
of Strong, ME 
NLT John R. Hudson
of Riverdale, GA 
MCPL Terry L. Hudson
of Prichard, AL 
MLCPL Lyndon J. Hue
of Des Allemands, LA 
M2LT Maurice E. Hukill
of Jacksonville, NC 
MLCPL Edward F. Iacovino
of Warwick, RI 
MPFC John J. Ingalls
of Interlaken, NY 
MWO1 Paul G. Innocenzi
of Trenton, NJ 
MLCPL James Jackowski
of S. Salem, NY 
MLCPL Jeffrey James
of Baltimore, MD
 MLCPL Nathaniel Jenkins
of Daytona Beach, FL
NHM2 Michael Johnson
of Detroit, MI 
MCPL Edward Johnston
of Struthers, OH 
MLCPL Steven Jones
of Brooklyn, NY
MPFC Thomas A. Julian
of Middleton, RI 
NHM2 Marion E. Kees
of Martinsburg, WV  MSG Thomas C. Keown
of Louisville, KY 
MGYSG Edward Kimm
of Atlantic, IA 
MLCPL Walter Kingsley
of Wisconsin Dells, WI 
ASG Daniel S. Kluck
of Owensboro, KY 
MLCPL James Knipple
of Alexandria, VA
MCPL Todd Kraft
of Devils Lake, ND
MLCPL Freas Kreischer
of Indiatlantic, FL
MLCPL Keith J. Laise
of Stroudsburgh, PA 
MLCPL Thomas G. Lamb
of Coon Rapids, MN 
MLCPL James J. Langon
of Lakehurst, NJ 
MSG Michael Lariviere
of Perry, FL  MCPL Steven B. Lariviere
of Chicopee, MA 
MMSG Richard L. Lemnah
of Camp Lejeune, NC
MCPL David A. Lewis
of Garfield Heights, OH
MSGT Val S. Lewis
of Atlanta, GA MCPL Joseph Livingston
of Champaign, IL 
M2LT Donald G Losey
of Winston Salem, NC 
MLCPL Paul D. Lyon
of Milton, FL MMAJ John Macroglou
of Jacksonville, NC 
MCPL Samuel Maitland
of Jacksonville, NC 
MSSG Charlie Martin
of Camp Lejeune, NC 
MPFC Jack L. Martin
of Oveido, FL 
MCPL David S. Massa
of Warren, RI 
MSG Michael Massman
of Port Huron, MI
MPVT Joseph Mattacchione
of Sanford, NC
MLCPL John McCall
of Rochester, NY
MSG James McDonough
of Newcastle, PA 
MLCPL Timothy McMahon
of Austin, TX
MLCPL Timothy McNeely
of Mooresville, NC
NHM2 George McVicker
of Wabash, IN
MPFC Louis Melendez
of Puerto Rico 
MSG Richard Menkins
of Tully, NY
 MCPL Michael D. Mercer
of Vale, NC
MLCPL Ronald W. Meurer
of Jacksonville, NC 
NHM3 Joseph Milano
of Farmingville, NY 
MCPL Joseph Moore
of St. Louis, MO 
MLCPL Richard A. Morrow
of Clairton, PA 
MLCPL John Muffler
of Philadelphia, PA
MCPL Alex Munoz
of Bloomfield, NM
MCPL Harry Myers
of Whittler, NC
M1LT David J. Nairn
of Jacksonville, NC
MLCPL Luis A. Nava
of Gardena, CA
MCAPT Michael Ohler
of Huntington, NY 
MCPL John A. Olson
of Sabin, MN
MPFC Robert P. Olson
of Lawtons, NY
MSSG Alexander Ortega
of Rochester, NY 
MCWO3 Richard Ortiz
of Ft. Sill, OK 
MPFC Jeffrey Owen
of Virginia Beach, VA
MCPL Joseph Owens
of Chesterfield, VA
MCPL Connie Ray Page
of Erwin, NC 
MLCPL Ulysses Parker
of Baltimore, MD
 MLCPL Mark W. Payne
of Binghamton, NY 
MGYSG John Pearson
of Jacksonville, NC 
MCPL Marvin Perkins
of Franklin, TN MPFC Thomas Perron
of Whitinsville, MA 
MSGT John A. Phillips Jr
of Wilmette, IL 
NHMC George Piercy
of Mt. Savage, MD 
M1LT Clyde W. Plymel
of Merritt, FL 
MSG William H Pollard
of Jacksonville, NC
 MSGT Rafael Pomalestorres
of Philadelphia, PA 
MCPL Victor M. Prevatt
of Columbus, GA
MPFC James C. Price
of Attala, AL 
MSSG Patrick Prindeville
of Gainesville, FL 
MPFC Eric A. Pulliam
of St. Louis, IL 
NHM3 Diomedes Quirante
of Calcoocan City, RP
MLCPL David Randolph
of Siloam Springs, AZ 
MGYSGT Charles R. Ray
of Jacksonville, NC
MCPL David L. Reagan
of Virginia Beach, VA 
MPFC Rui A. Relvas
of Philadelphia, PA
MPFC Terrence L. Rich
of Brooklyn, NY
MLCPL Warren Richardson
of Brooklyn, NY
MSGT Juan Rodriquez
of Miami, FL
 MLCPL Louis Rotondo
of Philadelphia, PA 
MLCPL Guillermo Sanpedro
of Hialeah, FL 
MLCPL Michael Sauls
of Waterboro, SC 
M1LT Charles Schnorf
of Camp Lejeune, NC
MPFC Scott L. Schultz
of Keeseville, NY
MCAPT Peter J. Scialabba
of Moorehead City, NC 
MCPL Gary R. Scott
of Rankin, IL 
MCPL Ronald L. Shallo
of Hudson, NY
MCPL Thomas A. Shipp
of Jacksonville, NC 
MLCPL Jerryl Shropshire
of Macon, GA 
MLCPL James F. Silvia
of Middletown, RI 
MLCPL Stanley Sliwinski
of Niles, OH 
MLCPL Kirk H. Smith
of Miami, FL 
MSSG Thomas G Smith
of Middletown, CT 
MCAPT Vincent Smith
of Jacksonville, NC 
MLCPL Edward Soares
of Tiverton, RI 
MSG Alan H. Soifert
of Nashua, NH
M1LT William S. Sommerhof
of Springfield, IL 
MLCPL Michael Spaulding
of Akron, OH 
MLCPL John W. Spearing
of Lancaster, PA
MLCPL Stephen E. Spencer
of Portsmouth, RI
MLCPL Bill J. Stelpflug
of Auburn, AL 
MLCPL Horace R. Stephens
of Capitol Heights, MD 
MPFC Craig S. Stockton
of Rochester, NY 
MLCPL Jeffrey G. Stokes
of Waynesboro, GA
MLCPL Thomas D. Stowe
of Jacksonville, NC 
MLCPL Eric D. Sturghill
of Chicago, IL 
MLCPL Devon L. Sundar
of Standford, CT 
NLT James F. Surch Jr
of Lompoc, CA
 MCPL Dennis A. Thompson
of Bronx, NY 
MSSG Thomas P. Thorstad
of Chesterton, IN 
MPFC Stephen D. Tingley
of Ellington, CT
MLCPL John J. Tishmack
of Minneapolis, MN 
MCPL Henry Townsend
of Montgomery, AL 
MPVT Lex D. Trahan
of Lafayette, LA 
MCPL Pedro J. Valle
of San Juan, RP 
MCPL Donald H. Vallone Jr
of Palmdale, CA 
MCPL Eric R. Walker
of Chicago, IL
MCPL Leonard W. Walker
of Dothan, AL 
MCPL Eric G. Washington
of Alexandria, VA 
MCPL Obrian Weekes
of Brooklyn, NY 
M1SG Tandy W. Wells
of Jacksonville, NC 
MLCPL Steven Wentworth
of Reading, PA 
MSG Allen D. Wesley
of Philadelphia, PA 
MGYSG Lloyd D. West
of Jacksonville, NC 
MSSG John R. Weyl
of Jacksonville, NC 
MCPL Burton Wherland
of Jacksonville, NC 
MLC Dwayne Wigglesworth
of Naugatuck, CT
 MLCPL Rodney Williams
of Opa Locka, FL 
MGYSG Scipio Williams
of Charleston, SC
MLCPL Johnny Williamson
of Asheboro, NC
MCAPT Walter E. Wint
of Wilkes-Barre, PA
MCAPT William E. Winter
of Fripp Island, SC
 MCPL John E. Wolfe
of Phoenix, AZ 
M1LT Donald Woollett
of Barthesville, OK
NHM3 David E. Worley
of Baltimore, MD 
MPFC Craig L. Wyche
of Jamaica, NY 
ASFC James G. Yarber
of Vacaville, CA 
MSGT Jeffrey D. Young
of Moorestown, NJ
 M1LT William Zimmerman
of Grand Haven, MI 

Could you forget an event where this many people died at once?
These are the names of the servicemen that died in their sleep in 1983 Beirut, Lebanon.
Now that I have your attention, would you please sign our petition to reopen the 1983 Beirut Bombing Investigation?

Yes! I Want To Sign the Petition!
Jan 11, 2006
Everyone has them, some are outspoken about them, some act as though it's taboo to admit.

Here are my top 10 pet peeves.  What are YOUR'S?  

1. My house being dirty
2. Wet toilet seats
3. Close talkers
4. People that borrow and never return your things.
5. Empty promises
6. Chewing with your mouth open
7. Fake people
8. Lies
9. Dial up
10. "Know it All's"
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